We told you last week about the Humble Indie Bundle, now in its sixth iteration. Today, four new games were added, bringing the total to ten games on offer with a pay-what-you-want model that sends the purchase price along to independent developers, the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), and Child’s Play, a charity that provides game consoles to children in hospitals.
To qualify for the four new games, all you have to do is decide to pay more than the average donation, currently at $5.95. Surely you can afford a bit over six dollars for ten good games, a couple of which are just plain great, like Rochard, BIT.TRIP Runner, and Torhchlight. The four new games bring the total value of the bundle up to $135.
We’ve just added four more fantastic games to our latest bundle: BIT.TRIP RUNNER, Gratuitous Space Battles, Jamestown, and Wizorb! If you have already purchased the bundle, they should automatically show up on your download page. New customers can access them by paying more than the current average on the site.
What better way to support independent game development on the Mac than by jumping into the Humble Indie Bundle? All the games, including the new ones, are DRM-free, which means you can put them on any computer you own. They can be redeemed on Steam for Mac (or Windows) if you pay at least a dollar, and can be purchased for a big fat nothing should you choose (but you won’t be able to get the Steam key). All the games come with the soundtrack as well.
Source: Humble Indie Bundle.